There’s a new beauty brand on the block that is on a mission to provide “calming, revitalizing and illuminating skin care” for your va-jay-jay. That’s right, your vagina. Lady Suite has concocted a luxe topical formulation boasting organic ingredients such as jojoba seed oil, carrot seed oil and tamanu oil that will leave your bikini area moisturized, toned and radiant. Talk about self-care.
Technicolored strands without the commitment is very much a reality. The new temporary color sprays by Hush allow you to experiment with seven dynamic shades (from sunny yellow to electric purple) that will take your mane from average to awesome. And when you’re ready for a new hue, simply wash your locks and grab another can.
Make It Yours
All hair is not created equal, so customizable products are welcomed and needed. Palmer’s has debuted a DIY hair care line that can be enhanced with two kits of 100 percent natural oils to personalize the collection for your tresses’ unique concerns.
Bobbi Brown has spent nearly 30 years beautifying us with her eponymous makeup company, and now she’s poised to take over the wellness world. Brown has launched Evolution_18, which consists of four products: two smoothie powders, a probiotic supplement and an overall beauty vitamin. We love the Afternoon Chocolate powder, which helps boost energy and curbs your appetite.
One In a Million
It’s been almost 17 years since Aaliyah passed away; however, her music, style and spirit continue to be a source of inspiration. MAC is paying homage to the iconic singer and actress with a limited edition makeup collection. The 12-piece line includes lipsticks, lip liners, lip glosses, an eye palette and a bronzing powder. “This collection means so much. It’s truly carrying on her legacy in the most beautiful and personal way,” says Rashad Haughton, Aaliyah’s brother. “We know that makeup and MAC are something that she really loved and gave her such confidence. Anyone who had ever met her or had a chance to see her could attest to this. This is a way for us to keep her [memory] alive and give back to her fans.”